Diogenes

The Call for Submissions for Diogenes (7.2) is now closed. Thank you very much to those who submitted their papers. Authors will be notified by the general editor within a month for the status of their submission.

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Issue 6, November 2017

The editors are pleased to present the sixth issue of Diogenes!

The present issue is a by-product of some of the papers presented at the PGR Colloquium on Multiculturalism from late Antiquity to Modernity organised at the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies in June 2017 by Gemma Masson and Francisco Lopez-Santos Kornberger.

The contents of this issue are as follows:

Danai Thomaidis, University of Venice, Greek icons in Venice and their impact on Venetian identity

Mara Psalti, University of Athens, Niccolò Timoni: An 18th century Chian littérateur and his contribution in early Modern Greek literary criticism

Juan García González, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, The Sertorian War as a bellum civile: an outlook from the 4th and 5th Centuries AD

James Baillie, University of Vienna, Tamar’s Lions: A Digital Approach to 12th Century Georgia

Curtis Lisle, University of Birmingham, Performing the City: Suggestions for an Archaeological Understanding of ‘The City’ and Urban Transformation in Pisidian Sagalassos

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The general editor is Vassiliki Kaisidou.

The specialist editors for Issue 6 were Anastasia Tantarouda-Papaspyrou, Panagiota Vasilaki, Michael Burling, Laura-Marie Clark,  Alex Feldman, Francisco Lopez-Santos Kornberger, Panagiota Mantouvalou,  Joseph Parsonage,  Flavia Vanni, Maria Vrij Lauren Wainwright.

If you have any questions regarding getting involved in submitting to Diogenes, please contact the editors at diogenes@contacts.bham.ac.uk

Diogenes, Issue 5 (November 2016)

The editors are pleased to present the fifth issue of Diogenes!

The contents of this issue are as follows:

Articles:

The Monastic Revolution: The Case of Sozomen’s Church HistoryMatteo Antoniazzi
Between the Local, the Global, and the Political: Local Poetics and Social Activism in
Yiannēs Makridakēs’s WorkVassiliki Kaisidou
Greek attitudes towards Europe: Politics, Education, Pop Culture (1981-2001)Anastasia Tantarouda-Papaspyrou

Reviews:

Byzantium’s Other Empire: TrebizondJames Baillie
Wanted Byzantium. The Desire for a Lost EmpireTheodora Panella

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The general editor is Anna Kelley; the specialist editors for Issue 5 were Joseph Parsonage, Alex Feldman, Francisco Lopez-Santos Kornberger, James Baillie, Gemma Masson, Onur Usta, Flavia Vanni, Lauren Wainwright, and Theodora Panella. If you have any questions regarding getting involved in r submitting to Diogenes, please contact the editors at diogenes[at]contacts.bham.ac.uk.

Call for Papers – Diogenes 5

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Diogenes

Submission deadline: 31st August 2016

The editorial team is proud to announce a Call for Papers for the fifth issue, to be published in November 2016. We look forward to receiving contributions in English by postgraduate students in Byzantine, Ottoman, and/or Modern Greek Studies in the UK and abroad, in the following forms:

Article

We welcome articles on topics of history, archaeology, anthropology, or on any other field relating to the three areas of our Centre. Contributions should be between 3,000 and 7,000 words and must include a bibliography (excepted from the word count). Articles should follow the Chicago Manual of Style and should include a 150-word abstract. It is author’s responsibility to obtain permission in written form to use any copyrighted image.

Book Review

Reviews of between 700 and 1,000 words are welcomed on any work published in the last three years in the fields of Byzantine, Ottoman, and/or Modern Greek Studies. If you are interested in contributing, please contact the general editor about the choice of book for review before submitting.

For enquiries or submission, please contact the general editor Anna Kelley:

diogenes[at]contacts.bham.ac.uk

The deadline for contributions is Wednesday 31st August 2016. Contributors will be informed by the general editor of the status of their submission(s) within four weeks of receipt.

Diogenes – Release of the 4th Issue

Issue 4 April 2016

Issue 4 (Whole)

Halil Deligöz: On the Quality of Economic Institutionalization in the Late Ottoman Period: The Introduction of Intellectual Property Rights

Sophie Rigby: To impress (upon) a people: ceramic tile decoration in the context of Orthodox Bulgaria

Deniz Sever: A Pilgrim’s Self-Identification: Sixth and Seventh Century Lead Pilgrim Flasks from the Holy Land

Elie de Rosen: Review – Heaven & Earth: cities and countryside in Byzantine Greece

Christina Hadjiafxenti: Review – The Byzantine documents of the Athonite monastery of Karakallou and selected Acts from the Ottoman period (1294-1835). Critical Edition and commentary of the Texts

Michael Strain: Review – Raconter Byzance: la littérature au XIIe siècle

Call for Papers – Diogenes 4

Call for Papers poster

Diogenes

Submission deadline: 1st February 2016

The editorial team is proud to announce a Call for Papers for the fourth issue, to be published in April 2016. We look forward to receiving contributions in English by postgraduate students in Byzantine, Ottoman, and/or Modern Greek Studies in the UK and abroad, in the following forms:

Article

We welcome articles on topics of history, archaeology, anthropology, or on any other field relating to the three areas of our Centre. Contributions should be between 3,000 and 7,000 words and must include a bibliography (excepted from the word count). Articles should follow the Chicago Manual of Style and should include a 150-word abstract. It is author’s responsibility to obtain permission in written form to use any copyrighted image.

Book Review

Reviews of between 700 and 1,000 words are welcomed on any work published in the last three years in the fields of Byzantine, Ottoman, and/or Modern Greek Studies. If you are interested in contributing, please contact the general editor about the choice of book for review before submitting.

Supplementum

This section aims to present the diversity of postgraduate research activities and opportunities in Byzantine, Ottoman, and/or Modern Greek Studies. Contributions between 500 and 1,000 words are welcomed. Types of contribution may include, but are not limited to, archaeological reports, thesis summaries, conference reports, workshop reports, student society introductions, notices of events, etc.

For enquiries or submission, please contact the general editor Wei-sheng Lin:

diogenes[at]contacts.bham.ac.uk

The deadline for contributions is 1 February 2016. Contributors will be informed by the general editor of the status of their submission(s) within four weeks of receipt.

Diogenes – Release of the 3rd Issue

Issue 3 April 2015

Issue 3 (Whole)

Wei-sheng Lin: Editorial

Francisco Lopez-Santos Kornberger: Review – Striking Images, Iconoclasms Past and Present

Joseph Parsonage: Review – The Byzantine world

Michael Strain: Review – The Author in Middle Byzantine Literature: Modes, Functions, and Identities

Georgia Tsatsani: Review – Re-imagining the Past: Antiquity and Modern Greek Culture

Tomoo Uegaki: Review – ビザンツ 交流と共生の千年帝国

Like Zhang: Review – 普罗科比的世界 —— 六世纪的拜占庭帝国

Üzeyir Serdar Serdaroğlu: Supplementum – Middle East Studies Association of North America (MESA) Annual Meeting for Ottoman Studies